Des Lewis - GESTALT REAL-TIME BOOK REVIEWS A FEARLESS FAITH IN FICTION — THE PASSION OF THE READING MOMENT CRYSTALLISED — Empirical literary critiques from 2008 as based on purchased books.
This piece was very thought provoking. After you die, what happens to all of the relationships you built up while you were alive? They die, of course, but more slowly (in all likelihood) than you did. And what does that say about the value of those relationships, even while you're still alive? And what if-- after it's all over-- you find out that things weren't what you thought they were in the first place? Okay, I'm going to bed now before the Sartre rocket drags me to space...
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